Michiroom butoh laboratory


 Michiru Inoue has been making a Butoh performance called “ODOLIST” since 2010.  “Odori”  means “dance” in Japanese in other words,it means “dance-ist”, I called also myself “ODOLIST”.Michiru  Inoue ODOLIST 10

2/13/2012The microscopic journey @cafe MURIWUI

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    Michiroom butoh laboratory

    photo Makoto Onozuka

    Michiru INOUE Butoh ODOLIST vol.8

    photo Yuriko Ookubo

    Michiru INOUE todonomatsuri photo Yuriko Ookubo


    What’s butoh?

    It's just "I am here now".I think Butoh is created by one's self who would like to do it.So I'm sure that if there are one hundred Butoh dancers,there are one hundred styles of Butoh.